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paskinmj 7 11 1 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 3:43PM
Great capture.
Matt

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like this a lot lots going on great photo. christineGrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Hermanus 4 4 South Africa
26 Jul 2013 3:51PM
Excellent !!
mikbee 9 3 8 Scotland
26 Jul 2013 3:59PM
Had a feeling I would prefer the colour version Keith,
and I was right !!
I think queues are just a ''British'' thing.
When all these tourists come over here,
they just push their way in front of you !!
Mick.
Nikonuser1 Plus
4 108 14 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 4:05PM
A great image, Keith I like both, well capturedSmile


Cliff
WhiteRose1 Plus
6 1.6k 148 England
26 Jul 2013 4:30PM
Still going with the sepia, Keith, thought the colours might be distracting. Queues! try the Vatican museum... longest I've ever seen Smile

Dave
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
26 Jul 2013 4:35PM
Nice colour and detail in this very busy image!! Good capture!!
26 Jul 2013 4:47PM
Beautiful Keith a really great composition.
Gary
26 Jul 2013 5:06PM
Get your shopping delivered like we do...............no queues, no pushchairs, no blocked aisles cos peeps are talking, no tempting specials, no trolley rage, easy parking...........problem sorted........GrinGrinGrinGrinGrin
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 69 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 5:10PM
Thanks for the info. Dave (Whiterose) !!!......I didn't know Sainsbury's had got an outlet in the Vatican ????....one to avoid methinks !!.WinkGrin
26 Jul 2013 6:59PM
It's such a fine composition, Keith. Beautifully balanced and personally I wouldn't want to choose between this and the sepia
Alun
SUE118 Plus
8 8 1 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 8:16PM
This is a really lovely shot.
Irishkate Plus
6 38 102 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 9:11PM
Lovely to see the colour version but I think the sepia tones down the highlights of the water better.
Lovely scene either way.
KateGrinGrinGrin
Nigeve1 Plus
3 1.4k 101 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 9:20PM
Very good image but my preference is yesterdays by a small margin. I also had trouble uploading a version yesterday for some unknown reason.
Nigel
netta1234 Plus
4 381 2 Wales
26 Jul 2013 9:30PM
A Great imageSmile
NettaSmile
pluckyfilly Plus
10 351 33 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 9:38PM
Plenty to look at here and has good colour and well chosen pov
johnlw 9 1 10 United Kingdom
26 Jul 2013 10:38PM
Yep the colour one works as well lovely.SmileSmileSmileSmile
Regards John.
Nice little cluster of boats to look at leading the eye around Wink
DixClix 7 2 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2013 8:52AM
This is a very attractive image and has a warm"safe" glow about it. Yesterday's sepia image had a feel of Frank Sutcliffe which suited it very well too! Difficult now to choose between them, both are very good in their own ways.
Richard.
AnnChown Plus
7 199 1 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2013 5:30PM
I'm still with the sepia version too Keith - but good to have the comparison. Smile
Ann
Niknut Plus
6 1.3k 69 United Kingdom
27 Jul 2013 5:32PM
Hi Richard......now that's a great compliment !!!.......Sutcliffe is one of my favorite photographers of the 'old-school'.....Ta muchly !!!!.Smile
annettep38 Plus
5 218 40 Costa Rica
27 Jul 2013 11:25PM
ooooooh Keith.. this is really difficult, I usually go always for colour but this here is very good in your conversion.
I like it a lot but yesterday's is still my favourite Smile
ChiliMan Plus
10 135 17 Singapore
28 Jul 2013 10:23AM
This is fantastic straight from the camera, Keith!

But I must say I prefer the sepia version. Hands down Smile It was like a scene from a vintage postcard.

Andrew
saltireblue Plus
6 6.2k 33 Norway
28 Jul 2013 3:29PM
Surprisingly for me, I prefer the colour version, Keith. Can't put my finger on why, though. May be because I prefer true b&w to sepia?

Malc
tonyguitar 4 55 33 Canada
28 Jul 2013 4:38PM
As Alun says... ' Fine composition ' clearly evident even in the thumb, so both versions are winners in their own way. Full of marine interest and very pleasing. TG
28 Jul 2013 5:56PM
A great image with lots of interest
RonnieAG Plus
7 153 116 Scotland
28 Jul 2013 10:08PM
So well composed and full of interest and detail from near to far: love these sorts of small harbour scenes.
Ronnie.
PaulLiley 7 2 13 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2013 7:38AM
I hate queues too- anywhere! Our bank is bad for that. Nice colour version Keith. I still lean towards the sepia from yesterday which reminds of a fishing industry from years gone by. Evokes emotion. paul
footloose 5 1 England
29 Jul 2013 11:09AM
Well composed image,love them both.
Dennis
boov Plus
4 2 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2013 1:23PM
Super Image... B/W just
29 Jul 2013 5:11PM
Two stunning images Keith, love them both Smile
29 Jul 2013 5:33PM
Super composition lovely compositions
JOKEN 7 3 10 United Kingdom
29 Jul 2013 7:01PM
A good example of how boats are so photogenic.
Ken

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